As the search continues for Brookfield woman, Allison Baden-Clay, police today seized items from the Kenmore home where her husband has been staying.

Gerard Baden-Clay reported his wife missing last Friday. The reasons for her disappearance still remain a mystery.

Clea Harbison reports.


Police returned to the family home this morning, after an extensive interview with a close female friend and former colleague of husband Gerard Baden-Clay yesterday.

He was interviewed again at his home this morning while eight police officers searched Gerard’s parent’s house, where he had been staying the past few days.

They left with five evidence bags, and a computer hard drive.

But despite renewed interest in Allison’s husband’s involvement, police remain adament that he is still not officially considered a suspect.

Early this morning, police released images of these two 4wds belonging to the Baden-Clay family, and are urging anyone who saw the vehicles on Thursday or Friday to call the hotline on 131 444.

Yesterday, police successfully tracked the last signal of Mrs Baden-Clay’s iPhone, narrowing the search area down to three suburbs Brookfield, Kenmore and Pullenvale before the battery ran out.

SES volunteers joined over 140 police officers in a renewed search effort this morning, scouring creeks and bushland around the area.

Residents are still being urged to search their properties for any sign of Allison, her iphone, grey trackpants, or running shoes – the outfit she was believed to be wearing – and register their search with police.

Clea Harbison, QUT News.